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Election fever 2022: Ram Rajya yes, socialism, communism no, says UP CM, BJP to lose Uttarakhand, claims Rawat, Barq’s video could boomerang on Akhilesh plans

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The Communists may have been reduced to Kerala but for Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the ideology still poses a threat. In the last sitting of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly, the Chief Minister termed socialism as the biggest superstition. Socialism more or less equates with the Samajwadi Party or the Bahujan Samaj Party in his lexicon, if one can glance between the lines.

The antidote to communism and socialism, as is to be expected, is Ram Rajya, the CM said underlining the prime focus of the BJP’s possible Assembly campaign with the Ayodhya Ram temple work progressing at a good pace.

Adityanath attacked socialism with a single minded purpose, listing many kinds of it, according to his views, of course: family socialism, mafia socialism, anarchist socialism, riot socialism and terrorist socialism.

Claiming the socialist mantle from under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s umbrella social welfare schemes, Yogi Adityanath spoke of the ills perpetrated in the garb of socialism.

At a FICCI meet, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said PM Modi has given a corruption-free government in the last 7 years. The Modi government has brought 60 crore people in step with the country’s development. This has helped increase their faith in democracy, Shah said.

Yogi Aditynath spoke at the All India Mayors’ Conference and showered praise on PM Modi saying Varanasi has established new parameters of development under PM Modi’s leadership.

Amarinder talks Punjab alliance with BJP

Former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, who recently stepped down from his position and left the Congress, is now in talks with the BJP for the upcoming 2022 elections.

Amarinder Singh formed his own party Punjab Lok Congress and he met Union minister and Punjab BJP in-charge Gajendra Singh Shekhawat today. Reports said Amarinder is likely to raise a seat-sharing formula for the upcoming Punjab elections.

People will exile the BJP from Uttarakhand, Harish Rawat’s brave claim

Former Uttarakhand CM Harish Rawat said the BJP won’t cross 60 seats in the state Assembly of 71 members. He said instead the BJP will be exiled by the people of the state. The current BJP government under Pushkar Singh Dhami has seen three CMs in the last five years. Rawat’s comment was in response to the BJP poll slogan ‘Abki baar 60 ke paar’.

Rawat noted people were unenthused at PM Narendra Modi’s rally in Uttarakhand while in Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s rally people were total-josh. Rawat drew his inferences from the crowd behaviour but it remains to be seen who gets to do the victory lap this time round.

Akhilesh Yadav mocks BJP’s UP No 1 campaign, Barq self-goal on women’s marriage age

Not just Ram, Hanuman would also do. Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav visited the Lord Hanuman temple near Lucknow-Rae Bareli to poach from across his party’s Muslim-Yadav traditional votebank. 

Countering Yogi Adityanath’s UP No.1 claim, Yadav said those who claim they’ve made UP number 1 have actually taken it to the top rank in custodial deaths, hunger index, farmer suicides, in selling public enterprises and banks, and burying cows alive.

Yadav said Union Minister of State Ajay Kumar Mishra Teni should be suspended by the Union government following the SIT report in the Lakhimpur Kheri deaths.

On the other hand, Samajwadi Party leaders Shafiqurrahman Barq and ST Hasan added to possible fissile material against the party. On the proposal to increase the legal age for women to marry, Barq shot off a remark that such a plan will make women wayward. Now that the comment is turning viral, Barq will need some ultra-quick damage control.

Congress releases first list of Goa candidates

With the Trinamool Congress poaching into the heart of its Goa party and the Aam Aadmi Party unleashing its utilitarian manifesto, the Congress released its first list of eight candidates for the forthcoming Assembly elections. Former chief minister Digambar Kamat will contest from Margao.

From Mapusa, Sudhir Kanolkar will contest, from Taleigao,  Tony Rodrigues, and Rajesh Verenkar from Ponda.

The other candidates declared are Sankalp Amonkar from Mormugao, Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco from Curtorim, Yuri Alemao from Cuncolin, Altone D’ Costa from Quepem.

The contest for Goa will be four-cornered with the BJP, the Congress, the AAP and the new entrant based out of Calcutta.

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Uttarakhand Chief Minister Live Updates: Pushkar Singh Dhami to be Uttarakhand CM

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Live Updates: The probable names that are coming out for Uttarakhand CM are Pushkar Singh Dhami, Cabinet Minister and Haridwar MLA Madan Kaushik, Shrinagar MLA Dhan Singh Rawat, former Union minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and Union Minister of State for Defence Ajay Bhatt.

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Pushkar Singh Dhami

The announcement of the name of Chief Minister in Uttarakhand after the BJP came to power yet again in the hill state is set to come out later in the evening today. The probable names that are coming out for Uttarakhand CM are Pushkar Singh Dhami, Cabinet Minister and Haridwar MLA Madan Kaushik, Shrinagar MLA Dhan Singh Rawat, former Union minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and Union Minister of State for Defence Ajay Bhatt.

However, the road for Pushkar Singh Dhami is not going to be smooth as he lost his seat of Khatima to Congress candidate Bhuwan Chandra Kapri by a margin of 6,579 votes. He got a total of 41,598 votes with a vote share of 44.8 per cent as against Kapri who got 48,177 with a huge vote share of 51.89 per cent.

To catch the latest updates about the developments in Uttarakhand, stay tuned to our live blog.

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Live Updates:

Pushkar Singh Dhami to be Uttarakhand CM

The announcement of the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand has finally been made, Pushkar Singh Dhami will be the next CM of Uttarakhand. This announcement was made in the state legislative party meeting that took place today.

Pushkar Singh Dhami frontrunner, say sources

The incumbent Pushkar Singh Dhami is likely to be the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, say sources. However, the road for him is not going to be smooth as he lost his Khatima seat in the election and now he will have to contest in by-polls if his name comes for the Chief Minister post.

Delhi will decide who will be Uttarakhand CM, say reports

According to reports, the Delhi meeting that took place in the past few days will come to an end and today the name of the CM of Uttarakhand will be announced. The Delhi ministerial power will decide who will be the next CM, say reports.

Rajnath Singh and Meenakshi Lekhi welcomed by Uttarakhand BJP chief Madan Kaushik in Dehradun ahead of legislative party meeting

Uttarakhand BJP chief Madan Kaushik welcomes Union Minister Rajnath Singh and Meenakshi Lekhi, they are heading to BJP head office for the legislative party meet. It is expected that the name of the CM will be announced in an hour.

BJP to hold legislature meeting at 5pm to decide next CM in Uttarakhand

The BJP will have a legislature party meeting in the evening to elect the leader who will also be the next chief minister of Uttarakhand.

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BJP to reveal the name of next Chief Minister of Goa today: Pramod Sawant, Vishwajit Rane and Rajendra Arlekar in fray

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will hold a meeting today in Panaji, Goa where it will unravel the suspense over the name of the next Chief Minister and the date of the swearing-in ceremony.

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BJP to reveal the name of next Chief Minister of Goa today

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will hold a meeting today in Panaji, Goa where it will unravel the suspense over the name of the next Chief Minister and the date of the swearing-in ceremony. The BJP legislature party meeting will take place at 4 pm at the BJP office.

Eleven days after winning 20 seats in the 40-member House and securing the support of two MGP MLAs and three Independents, the saffron party will ask the governor to stake a claim to form the government.

On Sunday, Goa BJP President Sadanand Tanavade revealed that Union Ministers Narendra Singh Tomar and L. Murugan will attend the meeting as BJP central observers to help the state establish a government.

Pramod Sawant, a BJP leader, and the temporary chief minister is the strong frontrunner for the role of CM, but he faces some opposition. A senior state BJP leader claimed on Monday that BJP MLA and former state health minister Vishwajit Rane, as well as Himachal Pradesh Governor Rajendra Arlekar, a Goa native, is being considered for the CM post.

Read Also: BJP likely to pick Uttarakhand CM today, Goa still in suspense

Earlier on Saturday, Sawant met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi to discuss the formation of the government. The BJP will be in power in Goa for the third time in a row.

After choosing the next chief minister, BJP leaders will meet with state governor P S Sreedharan Pillai at 6 p.m. to stake their claim to form the government. In addition to Tomar and Murugan, PM Narendra Modi, Goa election in-charge Devendra Fadnavis, desk in-charge C T Ravi, and Tanavade, would attend the legislature party meeting.

According to the sources, the name of the next Chief Minister of Goa will be revealed by 5 pm and the swearing-in ceremony might take place between 23 to 25.

AAP picks Harbhajan Singh, Raghav Chadha, and others as its Rajya Sabha candidates from Punjab, check full list

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Pushkar Singh Dhami, Madan Kaushik or Trivendra Singh Rawat? Who will be the next Chief Minister of Uttarakhand?

All of a sudden, Pushkar Singh Dhami and Madan Kaushik have been instructed to reach New Delhi. Now, the meeting for the next Chief Minister of Uttarakhand is taking place at Amit Shah’s residence.

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Pushkar Singh Dhami, Madan Kaushik or Trivendra Singh Rawat? Who will be the next Chief Minister of Uttarakhand?

Amid the ongoing political upheaval in the state, the fate of the Uttarakhand Chief Minister remains a mystery. The state’s political atmosphere has become increasingly tense. The meeting of Bharatiya Janata Party MLAs which was scheduled to be held today has now been postponed and no decision related to the next Chief Minister of Uttarakhand has been made yet.

All of a sudden, Pushkar Singh Dhami and Madan Kaushik have been instructed to reach New Delhi. According to the reports, the meeting for the next CM is currently taking place at Amit Shah’s residence. Earlier on Friday, former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Trivendra Singh Rawat was also notified to reach New Delhi.

In this situation, the question is whether the party will pay attention to the experience of Trivendra Singh Rawat, who was in power for four years, or whether it will make a surprising decision once again.

The BJP high command is yet to open its cards regarding the state’s chief minister. A decision on this will be taken in the legislature party meeting to be held on Monday or Tuesday. At the same time, all of the contenders for the state’s chief minister have met with prominent politicians in Delhi to submit their claims. Simultaneously, interim Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, who lost the state’s legislative elections, is also competing for the post of CM.

At the same time, Maharashtra Governor and former Chief Minister Bhagat Singh Koshyari is in Delhi. There is speculation that Koshyari is approaching the Delhi high command in favor of Dhami. Trivendra Rawat, the state’s former chief minister, is currently in Delhi meeting with National President JP Nadda and National General Secretary Organization BL Santosh.

The visit of former Chief Minister of state Trivendra Singh Rawat has created speculations of him being the next CM of Uttarakhand. However, Trivendra has already made it clear that he is not an MLA and is not in the race of CM.

It will be interesting to see who will be the next Chief Minister of Uttarakhand!

The result for the state assembly elections was out on March 10 along with Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Manipur and Goa. BJP in Uttarakhand won 47 seats out of 70 Assembly seats.

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